Thanks for the reply. It sounds like my choice was right. It takes a little longer to get one here, for some reason, but the other one I could get seemed like it had too many distractions which detracted from the use. I've used Gossen and like the work I've seen. I had a chance to buy a Lunasix 3, but the batteries are 12 euros each and it takes 2. Plus it's not a spot meter, which really helps me.

I've read that they also perform well with wratten filters over the viewfinder, and are quite accurate in that situation, does that seem to be the case?

Again, thank you.